Baroosh Bar & Kitchen
Hidden away in Market Passage, just a stone’s throw away from the Market Square, Baroosh is a venue for any occasion; from coffee & brunch in the morning, to business lunches, to dinner and cocktails in the evening. Our seasonal menu consists of great dishes from Britain & around the world, served with our own twist within relaxed surroundings. Our comprehensive drinks list boasts the best in draught beers, premium bottles, spirits & an exclusive wine list is included. We also boast a fantastic cocktail selection representing the classics, plus twists & champagne cocktails. Our own real ales are always on tap.
Food at Baroosh starts every day at opening with our brunch menu – a generous selection of dishes to get your day going, from the traditional English breakfast to toast & everything in between. Our excellent range of coffees are made using triple certified beans & our selection of fairtrade loose-leaf teas are served by the pot – perfect with a meal or with a freshly baked pastry. Our main menu is served from midday every day, as are our Daily Additions & we cover everything including light bites and sharers, salads & grilled mains. If there’s any room left, we have a great range of desserts to indulge your sweet-tooth!
Baroosh is spread over 4 mezzanine levels, so there’s plenty of room for groups of 2 to 150. Furthermore, there’s no room hire charge & we can cater for you by providing a large selection of canapés as part of our own specially created buffet menus.
Want to learn how to make cocktails or how to taste wine? Our mixologists or wine experts can guide you and a group of friends through a selection of drinks and provide an alternative start of a great night out.
Live music is no stranger either & the bar plays host to many jazz, funk & rock bands as well as being the weekend evening destination of choice for locals & people travelling into the city alike.
|Opening Times (1 Jan 2015 - 31 Dec 2015)|
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